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Have GA Concerns? Air Them @ Restorative Listening Monday Oct 24, 6:30 pm

October 23, 2011

Come share your concerns, needs and feelings about your GA experience and engage in deep listening with your fellow occupiers. This is a time to explore your relationship to OP’s self-government and how it can better serve you. Monday, Oct 24, 6:30 pm Terry Schrunk Plaza This discussion is being facilitated by Judith Mowry,...
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URGENT: Solidarity With Occupy Cleveland

October 21, 2011

At this moment, our brothers and sisters in Cleveland are being arrested. Please call the Cleveland Police Dept and support those arrested. Our voices matter and they will be heard! Police Chief 216-623-5305 PD 3rd Dist 216-623-5300 PD nonEmergency 216-621-1234 Cleveland’s Mayor Frank D. Jackson 216-664-3990 email: mayorsactioncenter@city.cleveland.oh.us Follow Occupy Cleveland on Twitter @occupycleveland...
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Laborers’ Local 483 Municipal Employees: Letter to Occupy Portland

October 21, 2011

9th 18th October 2011 Laborers’ Local 483 Municipal Employees: Letter to Occupy Portland. Dear Protestors of Occupy Portland, We are the 900 member public employee union who build and maintain the infrastructure of your City of Portland, including the roads upon which you march today, the wastewater treatment facilities for the public toilets you...
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Bus Leaves 10:00am: FIELDTRIP Saturday, Oct. 22 to Vancouver JWJ RALLY

October 21, 2011

UPDATE****Portland, October 22, 2011**** By Tomás Ward A coalition of occupiers and trade unionists gathered today to march across the Columbia River and join activists from Occupy Vancouver. Labor campaign veterans from many trade unions including communications workers, longeshoreman, and plumbers demonstrated in solidarity with workers fighting for their rights at the Vancouver Hilton...
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PRESS RELEASE: 10/20 Sam Adams Press Conference Response

October 20, 2011

For as long as there have been politics and wealth, there has been corruption and disparity. The fight against oppression and inequity is a never ending battle, but it is in this most opportune time that we the people have set out again to raise our voice in the name of justice, not to...
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Portland Poverty Awareness March Fri. Oct. 21 11:30AM

October 19, 2011
Portland Poverty Awareness March Fri. Oct. 21 11:30AM

Occupy Portland is the 99%. The 99% that are choosing to occupy are doing so for many reasons, including the financial stability to do so. Some are occupying because they have no where else to go. We are all the 99%. Through the generosity of Occupy Portland supporters we have been able to feed...
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Occupy Portland open working group to meet with Portland City Charter Review Commission

October 17, 2011

Tuesday, October 18, City Hall (1221 SW 4th Ave) 6:30pm On Sunday, October 16 the Occupy Portland General Assembly voted to support Ranked Choice Instant Runoff Voting, which is a way to help the smaller political parties gain a voice and for people to vote for who they really want without being afraid of...
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Open Forum with Commissioner Amanda Fritz

October 17, 2011

Tuesday, October 18 Terry Schrunk Plaza 1-2pm Commissioner Amanda Fritz will be speaking to Occupy Portland in her official capacity to answer questions on city government and citizen concerns. This is a great opportunity to open a constructive dialogue with city officials and to address important issues in an open setting.
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